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    Re-Joyceing Engineers
    AI and Society 19 (2): 196-198. 2005.
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    From judgment to calculation
    AI and Society 21 (4): 395-409. 2007.
    We only regard a system or a process as being “scientific” if it displays the three predominant characteristics of the natural sciences: predictability, repeatability and quantifiability. This by definition precludes intuition, subjective judgement, tacit knowledge, heuristics, dreams, etc. in other words, those attributes which are peculiarly human. Furthermore, this is resulting in a shift from judgment to calculation giving rise, in some cases, to an abject dependency on the machine and an in…Read more
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    Preface
    AI and Society 28 (4): 373-375. 2013.
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    Technological change
    AI and Society 32 (2): 275-276. 2017.